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Earliest microbotanical evidence for maize in the northern Lake Michigan basin2018 American antiquity 83 (2): 345-55
  • Caitlin A. Clark
  • Rebecca K. Albert
  • Susan M. Kooiman
  • William A. Lovis
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316Spanish summary
Towards the detection of dietary cereal processing through absorbed lipid biomarkers in archaeological pottery2018 Journal of archaeological science 93: 74-81
  • Lucy J.E. Cramp
  • Simon Hammann
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
Starch grain evidence of potato consumption at the Late Moche (AD 600-850) site of Wasi Huachuma, Peru2018 Journal of archaeological science 100: 74-9
  • Guy S. Duke
  • Teresa E. Rosales-Tham
  • Victor Vásquez-Sanchez
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
Immunological detection of denatured proteins as a method for rapid identification of food residues on archaeological pottery2016 Journal of archaeological science 73: 25-35
  • Jaroslav Pavelka
  • Ladislav Smejda
  • Radovan Hynek
  • Stepanka Hrdlickova Kuckova
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
Purpose, permanence, and perception of 14,000-year-old architecture. Contextual taphonomy of food refuse2014 Current anthropology 55 (5): 591-618
  • Daniel Kaufman
  • Guy Bar-Oz
  • Mina Weinstein-Evron
  • Reuven Yeshurun
H6 [CURRENT-]0011-3204with comments and reply
New insights into the consumption of maize and other food plants in the pre-Columbian Caribbean from starch grains trapped in human dental calculus2012 Journal of archaeological science 39 (7): 2468-78
  • Hayley L. Mickleburgh
  • Jaime R. Pagán-Jiménez
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
A systematic approach to the recovery and identification of starches from carbonised deposits on ceramic vessels2012 Journal of archaeological science 39 (12): 3483-92
  • Aikaterini Glykou
  • Carl P. Heron
  • Hayley Saul
  • Julie Wilson
  • Sönke Hartz
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
The chronology of Lithuania's neolithic and early metal age in the light of new radiometric data2012 Lietuvos archeologija 38: 11-52
  • Gytis Piličiauskas
H6/KE [LIETUVOS-]0207-8694English summary
Archaeobotanical evidence of prehistoric maize (Zea mays) consumption at the northern edge of the Great Plains2006 Journal of archaeological science 33 (8): 1129-40
  • B.A. Nicholson
  • C. Surette
  • M. Boyd
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
Constructive consumption: feasting in iron age Britain and Europe2005 Archaeological review from Cambridge 20 (1): 55-69
  • Sarah Ralph
H6/KE [ARCHAEOLOGICAL-]0261-4332in thematic issue 'Active landscapes. Palaeolithic to present'
Restos de granos de almidón en fragmentos de cerámica de Namachugo y Cerro Icchal, San José de Porcón, Santiago de Chuco, La Libertad2005 Boletín de Lima 24 (129): 63-76
  • John R. Topic
  • Teresa E. Rosales Tham
  • Victor F. Vásquez Sánchez
*H6/KE [BOLETIN-]0253-0015
Cooking residues, AMS dates, and the middle-to-late Woodland transition in central New York2005 Northeast anthropology (69): 1-34
  • Hetty Jo Brumbach
  • John P. Hart
H6/KUB [MAN-]1068-9982French summary
Cooking residues, AMS dates, and the middle-to-late Woodland transition in central New York2005 Northeast anthropology (70): iii
  • Hetty Jo Brumbach
  • John P. Hart
H6/KUB [MAN-]1068-9982in NE Anthrop 2005 (69), 1-38: erratum
How did Mississippians prepare maize ? The application of compound-specific carbon isotope analysis to absorbed pottery residues from several Mississippi valley sites2004 Archaeometry 46 (1): 19-33
  • E. A. Reber
  • R. P. Evershed
H6/KE [ARCHAEOMETRY-]0003-813Xin special section 'Resolution and refinement: recent advances in archaeological chemistry' with introductory comments by DC Meiggs and J Knudson, 1-3
Fragmentation and preservation of bird bones in uneaten food remains of the Gyrfalcon Falco rusticolus2003 Journal of archaeological science 30 (12): 1665-71
  • Risto Tornberg
  • Zbigniew M. Bochenski
0305-4403
Restos de alimentos en sitios tardios de San Pedro de Atacama2003 Boletín de la Sociedad Chilena de Arqueología 35/36: 86-92
  • Josefina Gonzalez
H6/KE 'BOLETIN-'0716-5730